YOU Be the Boss

YOU Be the Boss


YOU Be the Boss!  Of Jammin’ 98.3 on National Boss’ Day

Have you ever dreamed of selecting the music that plays on Jammin’ 98.3?

That’s just one of the many duties of Lauri Jones, Jammin’ 98.3 brand manager.

On Wednesday, October 16, National Boss’ Day, Lauri is giving up her chair to one Jammin’ listener.

If you’re selected, you’ll help schedule the music for that day.  You’ll also co-host LIVE on air.  And you’ll go home with some Jammin’ goodies!

Wanna be the boss of Jammin’ 98.3 for one day?  Sign up below.

You Be the Boss!

  • FIVE songs that you absolutely want to play

 


All WJMR General Contest Rules apply.  Entry deadline is Monday, September 30 at midnight.  Five qualifiers will be randomly selected from all entries.  Lauri Jones will then “interview” each qualifier to select a winner.  The winner must be available on Wednesday, October 16 between 11am-3pm.


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